Intellectual, physical and sensory disability statistics
Figures highlight unmet needs and increased future demands on service provision for those with an intellectual disability and /or physical and sensory disability.
HRB supported study highlights significant rise in uric acid levels in Irish patients
Research involving 128,000 patients in the Irish health system, found that uric acid levels increased by 21 per cent over a nine year period from 2006 to 2014.
€5.7 million for new health researcher training programmes
Programmes will be in the areas of youth mental health, neonatal brain injury, elderly care, and multimorbidity in primary care settings.
Big data in health - the opportunities and challenges ahead
HRB National Conference 2018
27 November, Dublin Castle
Data-driven decisions for primary care
Professor Tom Fahey, recently appointed to the HRB Board, talks to Dr Claire O'Connell about his health research career ...
HRB Board appoint Darrin Morrissey as Chief Executive
Dr Darrin Morrissey will take up the position of Chief Executive of the Health Research Board (HRB) in July 2018.